Spot the difference between the scope of SSC CGL and MBA after graduation
In this article, we have covered up all doubts about MBA and SSC CGL jobs that usually arises in a graduate's mind and presented a clear picture of next 10-15 years for both professionals. Read full article..
MBA and SSC-CGL have different dimensions in terms of job security, benefits, salary etc. Most important thing MBA is a professional course (2 yrs duration) to pursue a career in management field like human resource(HR), finance, marketing, stock and much more that requires good communication skills in order to get a good job with lucrative salary(no upper bound) in private sector. On the other hand SSC-CGL provides you a career path in public sector with limited salary but with different power of authority, it's one of the most prestigious competitive exams that held every year to fill vacancies in various departments of central government.
There are many perspectives regarding SSC CGL and other professions/ Studies. People usually say that there is no comparison to be made in SSC CGL and other ones. But, in our opinion, it is not so. Now, a question arises in your mind while reading this statement is, why? Jagranjosh has done a study for these two in various aspects. Let’s check it out.
Investment and expenses: - SSC CGL doesn’t need any investment except application fees and travelling expenses whereas, MBA from a reputed college need 10-15 lakhs of investment. Finally, after getting done MBA, Students will get an average annual package of Rs. 6-8 lakhs and in SSC CGL case, you will also receive almost the same package. But, the reputation and job stability makes SSC CGL more compromising for graduates. It is also observed that most of the MBA candidates go for preparing IAS or SSC exams.
Work Profile: - if MBA you do your MBA from a reputed college like IIM and other rest 10. Then, you will get a job offering you higher salary and a manager post having a huge staff to look for. There are a lot of opportunities to go overseas and settled there. Yes, it can happen and SSC will not give you such chances as SSC recruits candidates for serving the nation and making your efforts meaningful towards the Nation. But, it can offer you a happy, balanced, cheerful and amusing time in which you can do something for your life whereas, in MBA job you cannot bear your social and personal responsibilities when you are at your threshold point.
“Always remember that you can earn money by selling footwear but selling footwear can’t give you as much respect as you are expecting.”
Social Aspect: - Working for the ministries as an Officer, make you proud that you are contributing to the country directly and there will be several meeting between you and IAS officer as you will work under his guidance and supervision. You must believe that there is no superiority and inferiority complexion present in the environment. Whereas, when you work for a MNC/ company, your contribution will be subjected to serve for a profitable company. In case, if you are not able to attain the assigned goals/ targets, you will be charged for it in any form laid by the companies. The most important thing is that you will always work under an informal authority that doesn’t possess any significant status in the real world. Hence, there is always an inferiority complexion in the job.
Yes, you might be getting Rs. 1 lakh per month. But, always remember that a government employee with Rs.50, 000 will enjoy a better standard than a TCS employee with one lakh salary.
Besides this, we want to conclude that MBA depends upon your grades in 10th, 12th and Graduation and an additional language is also to be learnt i.e. English.
We at jagranjosh.com hope that the above general facts about both profiles will give you sufficient picture of the current scenario.